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The Resource The new good samaritan : Or, Domestic practical physician; extracted chiefly from the medical essays of the learned academies in Europe. To which is prefixed a physiological account of pulses. Of the properties and virtues of milk, as an animal fluid, as food, and as a medicine. Of the recovery of persons supposed to be drowned. Likewise, for the use of married ladies is added the practical midwife, by question and answer. With an elegant engraving of the different positions of the infant in the womb. The whole made familiar to every capacity. By S. Freeman, M.D. and man-midwife, (electronic resource)

The new good samaritan : Or, Domestic practical physician; extracted chiefly from the medical essays of the learned academies in Europe. To which is prefixed a physiological account of pulses. Of the properties and virtues of milk, as an animal fluid, as food, and as a medicine. Of the recovery of persons supposed to be drowned. Likewise, for the use of married ladies is added the practical midwife, by question and answer. With an elegant engraving of the different positions of the infant in the womb. The whole made familiar to every capacity. By S. Freeman, M.D. and man-midwife, (electronic resource)

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The new good samaritan : Or, Domestic practical physician; extracted chiefly from the medical essays of the learned academies in Europe. To which is prefixed a physiological account of pulses. Of the properties and virtues of milk, as an animal fluid, as food, and as a medicine. Of the recovery of persons supposed to be drowned. Likewise, for the use of married ladies is added the practical midwife, by question and answer. With an elegant engraving of the different positions of the infant in the womb. The whole made familiar to every capacity. By S. Freeman, M.D. and man-midwife
Title
The new good samaritan
Title remainder
Or, Domestic practical physician; extracted chiefly from the medical essays of the learned academies in Europe. To which is prefixed a physiological account of pulses. Of the properties and virtues of milk, as an animal fluid, as food, and as a medicine. Of the recovery of persons supposed to be drowned. Likewise, for the use of married ladies is added the practical midwife, by question and answer. With an elegant engraving of the different positions of the infant in the womb. The whole made familiar to every capacity. By S. Freeman, M.D. and man-midwife
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Language
eng
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Uk-ES
Citation location within source
T186634
Citation source
English Short Title Catalog
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Freeman, Stephen
Nature of contents
patent document
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  • Medicine
  • Midwives
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The new good samaritan : Or, Domestic practical physician; extracted chiefly from the medical essays of the learned academies in Europe. To which is prefixed a physiological account of pulses. Of the properties and virtues of milk, as an animal fluid, as food, and as a medicine. Of the recovery of persons supposed to be drowned. Likewise, for the use of married ladies is added the practical midwife, by question and answer. With an elegant engraving of the different positions of the infant in the womb. The whole made familiar to every capacity. By S. Freeman, M.D. and man-midwife, (electronic resource)
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Publication
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Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT186634
Dimensions
120.
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unknown
Extent
xii,432p.,plate
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
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  • (Uk-ES)006281326
  • (Uk-ES)006281326
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The new good samaritan : Or, Domestic practical physician; extracted chiefly from the medical essays of the learned academies in Europe. To which is prefixed a physiological account of pulses. Of the properties and virtues of milk, as an animal fluid, as food, and as a medicine. Of the recovery of persons supposed to be drowned. Likewise, for the use of married ladies is added the practical midwife, by question and answer. With an elegant engraving of the different positions of the infant in the womb. The whole made familiar to every capacity. By S. Freeman, M.D. and man-midwife, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT186634
Dimensions
120.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xii,432p.,plate
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Uk-ES)006281326
  • (Uk-ES)006281326

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